F1 Miami Grand Prix preview, news, how to watch live

All the latest F1 race news and how to watch the Miami Grand Prix on Monday morning, May 9.

Red Bull driver Max Verstappen celebrates his win at the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix in Italy on April 24. Picture: AFP
Red Bull driver Max Verstappen celebrates his win at the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix in Italy on April 24. Picture: AFP

CodeSports is your source of all the build-up to the 2022 Miami Grand Prix, where you can watch the event live thanks to Kayo.

Excited drivers head to Miami for the first time ever in what is sure to be an F1 season highlight.

Here’s how to watch the race and catch up on the latest news ahead of the season’s fifth event.

2022 Miami Grand Prix preview

There have only been two race winners in 2022, with Charles Leclerc and Max Verstappen dominating for Ferrari and Red Bull.

After a win in Imola, Mad Max closed the gap on Leclerc’s lead at the top of the standings.

Will the inaugural Miami Grand Prix show us more of the same, or will a surprise challenger rise to the top of the podium?

Can Daniel Ricciardo regain some form after a disappointing start to the season?

Hard Rock Stadium sits alongside the Miami F1 circuit at the Miami International Autodrome. Picture: Getty
Hard Rock Stadium sits alongside the Miami F1 circuit at the Miami International Autodrome. Picture: Getty

What time is Miami Grand Prix?

The race is early Monday morning, with coverage starting from 4am AEST.

See below for a detailed list of Miami Grand Prix coverage, live on Kayo:

Free Practice 1: Saturday, May 7, 4am (AEST)

Free Practice 2: Saturday, May 7, 7.15am (AEST)

Free Practice 3: Sunday, May 8, 2.45am (AEST)

Qualifying: Sunday, May 8, 5am (AEST)

Race: Monday, May 9, 4am (AEST)

Where is the Miami Grand Prix being held?

The Miami International Autodrome becomes the 11th venue to host a World Championship F1 race in the United States.

How do I watch the race?

The event will be broadcast on Kayo Sports as part of their F1 coverage.

Not only do they show every practice, qualifying, and race LIVE, but if you miss the race you can catch up with Kayo Minis.

Daniel Ricciardo will be hoping for a much better GP in Miami after ruining his - and Carlos Sainz’ hopes - in Italy. Picture: Getty
Daniel Ricciardo will be hoping for a much better GP in Miami after ruining his - and Carlos Sainz’ hopes - in Italy. Picture: Getty

How can I watch more F1?

F1 page on Kayo

Watch more F1 with Kayo Minis

What F1 news do I need to know?

Formula One is mourning the death of ‘the racing dentist’, one of its most defining drivers Tony Brooks who hailed from one of the sport’s most life-threatening eras

A F1’s popularity continues to grow in the USA there is growing speculation that a homegrown driver will be on the grid very soon - which is not good news for Daniel Ricciardo

Lewis Hamilton has endured a torrid season so far and his rivals are certainly not letting him forget it

Formula One’s plan to change the format of multiple races in 2023 has been blocked amid accusations of greed as fans and pundits remain divided

Track Torque F1 podcast: Daniel Ricciardo’s one ray of hope after miserable Emilia Romagna GP

Mercedes have such problems with their car bouncing around the tracks that one of their star drivers is experiencing significant medical issues

2022 F1 season results

Bahrain Grand Prix winner: Charles Leclerc

Saudi Arabian Grand Prix winner: Max Verstappen

Australian Grand Prix winner: Charles Leclerc

Emilia Romagna Grand Prix winner: Max Verstappen

Where can I read more motorsport?

See the motorsports section on CodeSports, or visit the motorsports section on your main state

news website - Herald Sun / Daily Telegraph / Courier Mail / Adelaide Advertiser

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